Does size really matter? When it comes to choosing the right hypnosis training school, you definitely need to look at class size. Small class size (less than 16 students) has many advantages when you are pursuing your career as a professional hypnotist or hypnotherapist.
- Receive much more individual attention – If you are fairly new to the hypnosis profession, you will most likely have a lot of questions on your mind about the profession, what techniques to use, and so forth. A small class size can readily adapt to your needs and interests, so that you can find the answers you are looking for to help with your professional development to becoming a certified hypnotist.
- Leave no one behind – With hypnosis training classes, the course load and practice sessions can be intensive and overwhelming. At times, students have a tendency to fall through the cracks. With a small class size, the hypnosis trainer will be able to identify which students are having difficulties understanding the materials and make adjustments accordingly before moving on to the next subject.
- Engage in quality class discussions – A small hypnosis training class creates an intimate environment where you are not just a number, but, an individual with opinions and viewpoints that add tremendous value to classroom discussions.
- Have better student/teacher relations – In a small hypnosis training class, a hypnosis trainer has the opportunity to learn all his or her students' names and special hypnosis interests and can cover those topics a bit in the class, i.e. sports, pain management, when they are not otherwise covered. By developing strong professional relationships, you will receive ongoing support even after you complete your training.
In our experience, the best class size for our NGH Certification Course is between 12 to 18 students in order to create an intimate and engaging learning environment for students to become successful certified hypnotists.